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California town battles drought and contamination

The Western U.S. drought, the most severe in 125 years of record-keeping, is exacting a toll on communities throughout the San Joaquin Valley, where people living on the edge of farmland gather many of the crops but little of the largesse from California's $50 billion agricultural industry.
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U.N. warns of Madagascar 'climate change famine'

Madagascar produces less than 0.01% of global carbon dioxide emissions - but amid a fourth year of drought in the Grand Sud region the U.N. is warning of a 'climate change famine'.
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Prince Charles talks climate change

Speaking ahead of the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP26, the heir-to-the British throne, 72, who has spent most of his life speaking out on green issues, said he understood why campaigners took direct action when faced with the inactivity of politicians.
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Bolivian companies team up for green deliveries

In Cochabamba, west-central Bolivia, companies have teamed up to offer a completely green delivery service in one of South America's most polluted cities.

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Climate change threatens Cyprus's sea turtles

Hatched baby sea turtles on the island of Cyprus struggling to crawl to the sea now face the added threat of climate change as they dig their way out of nests in the sand, scientists say.
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Trapped between conflict and climate change

Herders like Boubacar Moukaila are caught between climate change, which has made grazing land too dry for his livestock, and conflict, which prevents him from travelling elsewhere to find fertile pastures.